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qaddafi is but we know the streets of tripoli are filled with rebels. what else can you tell us? >> steve, we just went down into the hotel lobby, the reporters are basically in the hotel where we've been for months trying to cover this conflict under heavy scrutiny and basically run into six armed men who say police officers are protecting the hotel but basically say we cannot leave. we're still waiting to go and do our jobs, get out on the streets and report these events. they are saying to us you can't leave and they're citing the fact that there's too many snipers in this area. i'll caution the figure of 95% of the army, 20% in pro government and pro qaddafi hands still including that compound you spoke of which is no more than, you know, a kilometer, half a kilometer behind the hotel where, you know, there's still some holdouts putting up stiff resistance there so right now, we're caught between the lines but we're hoping, you know, that some short time, we can actually get out and start looking and speaking to the people and find out what's going on here. >> how did this go from a s
steven -- introduce steven at this time. >> thank you. thank you, my name is steve and i'm a parent of a 10-year-old beautiful boy with autism. and i remember march of last year went by mclaren lodge and i saw you, phil, and i know you have told this story a couple of times how i brought my boy, a.j. there, and said, can you help us? my boy has autism. what can you offer him in the summertime as a camp experience? and that sort of began a long relationship and wonderful time working with you and lucas and a number of other people here that spent time and effort trying to find ways that we could involve both the community, the private sector, and so on, to get this a reality. because it is expensive. the stats are really daunting that you heard from vicky. one in 120. mostly boys. that means one in 40 boys in san francisco has autism. and that's -- if there was some kind ever external threat that was neurologically damaging our children everybody would be up in arms. because it's mysterious, we don't know where it comes from. it's partially genetic, partially environmental. the needs
griffin monitoring the developments from the pentagon. but we begin with correspondent steve harrigan live in zentan, south of tripoli. good evening. >> reporter: right now they say that muammar gaddafi is still inside the country of libya but not saying specific whereabouts. it's unclear where he is. the latest unconfirmed reports have him heading to algeria. we spent 11 12 hours with rebels on the way to the capital with the special help from nato, high-tech help, rebel fighters in the capital say they need at this point is gasoline. we're going with a 5,000 gallon gas tanker to help supply rebels in their fight. one of the key weapon in the battle is a pickup truck used to mount vehicle and move the troops around. finally over the past 24 hours with the rebel officials we notice a sea change in mood. just 24 hours ago there was a sense of jubilation, ecstasy, the rumors they captured gaddafi and walked in tripoli and would take the capital. that has changed dramatically with the push back by the government forces. and the ensuing casualties there is a sense here of real momentum and it'
. it is hosted by the brookings institution. part of the feature is steve barnett. when you publish something inside, they have a communications department that used to be in the gestapo. they completely control you. we planned it this event, we had arrangements under way. they told us we could not tell anybody that there was even an article in science that was in any way involved in this event until wednesday at 2:00. -- i am sorry, thursday at 2:00. then they would not let us give the members of the panel a copy of the article until friday morning. i spent part of this weekend writing a letter to the c i a highly recommending that they send somebody over to science so they can learn how to truly guarded their secrets. these guys are amazing. they did help us in some ways. it was a struggle. let me start by apologizing to the panelists, especially to steve. i know exactly how to make sure that this event gets zero coverage. the way to do it is emphasized that this is a very positive story. about a $7 billion program that unrolls 9 million preschoolers. in washington, could stories do not sel
and you know what yo have and then you can treat the with what you learned in the first half with steve and the goal of triage happens to be th motto of nert "do the most good for the most people" and if there is an earthquake right no and ceiling collapsed and 40 people in here, and if i'm the one rescuer coming to you and the first person is not breathing and no pulse, would you want me to stop and do cpr for this person before i reache you and what if there are 500 people behind that and do cpr and i just have to open an air way and all patients fall unde under -- and i'm going to use colors and green, walking wounded and anybody that walks. d for delayed or yellow meaning you're hurt but you're not hurt enough. you're not hurt but that no not that bad an. and d is dead. and dead is the easiest one to determine. and how do we determine whether someone is dead? they're not breathing, right an steve said that several times and how do we know someone is not breathing? we look, listen, and feel and open the air way and we look to see if the chest is rising and listen to feel air and how
by a new movement to break-up the bible's most famous couple. npr's steve inskeep explains. >> for many evangelicals, a historical adam and eve is a critical part of their theology, but now some conservative religious scholars are saying publically that they can no longer believe it. >> stephen: no adam and eve? no apple? no tasteful leaf thongs? and all because these so-called conservative scientists say "there is no way we can be traced back to a single couple...given the genetic variation of people today." oh, the genetic variation needs more than two people? fine, they had a freaky three-way with the snake. [laughter] that would explain the genetic variation of james carville. [laughter] [cheers and applause] so i'm issuing a wag of my finger at evangelicalç scientists. real christians like president of southern baptist theological seminary albert mohler, know what's at stake here. >> when adam sinned, he sinned for us and it's that very sinfulness that sets up our understanding of our need for a savior. without adam, the work of christ makes no sense whatsoever. >> stephen: exact
. sanjay poopta. wolf [bleep] ter. fudge napolitan-to-, gretchen hot carlson and of course steve doocy. (applause) lav (laughter) laugh steve doocy. >> anyway, that was very unprofessional, around son pooper. (laughter) munch ma quchi, we'll be right back. >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my guest tonight was once the world's most wanted hacker. he'll never get my password it's-- (laughter) please welcome kevin mitnick. (applause) >> thanks for coming on. great to meet you. >> great to meet you too. >> you sir were once considered the world's most famous hacker. the most wanted man in computer crime. correct? >> yes. >> okay. you are a consultant now but at one time you were, let's see, you bypassed the security systems of motorola, sun microsystems and pacific bell. >> yes, i did. >> you served jail time for this. how much. >> five years. >> five years. >> and a year in solitary confinement. >> why a year in solitary confinement. you don't look like a dangerous guy. >> i'm very dangerous. >> the prosecutor has told a judge during a bail hearing that i could pick up the telephone a
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, it was a struggle. let me start by apologizing to the panelists and especially to steve. unfortunately, i know exactly how to make sure that this event gets zero coverage. and the way to do it is to emphasize this is a very positive story about a $7 billion program that enrolls 900,000 preschoolers, and in washington, good stories just don't sell. so this is a great story. it's a story of scholarly research that showed that head start should be able to produce bigger and more lasting impact on development children than it was typically doing. it's a story of a committee of professionals called somewhat strangely, the committee on redesignation of the head start, that was appointed by republican administration and requirements passed by a democratically controlled congress, and they produce a report offering clear and compelling recommendations about how to improve head start. it's a story of a democratic administration that decided to touch the third rail of american preschool programs, and develop a creative regulation to implement and actually improve the committee's recommendations for refo
did landed. a live report from the pentagon coming up inside fox report. steve harrigan streaming live outside tripoli. spent 12 hours in a rebel convoy along the way, what did you learn? >> that's right right now about 50 miles south of the capital. a city without electricity. regular burst of small arms fire. traveling are the rebels we learned there is a real dire shortage of gasoline inside libyan capital. both sides needing that gasoline. sometimes the price reaching $50 a gallon. right now we are with rebels who are trying to bring gasoline into their fighters. this is the second thing that we learned. these rebels are targeting fighters within their own neighborhood. they want to make sure the gasoline reaches their own fighters. certainly understandable but we have heard about this division in the opposition before. this is another example of that targeting the gasoline to one specific neighborhood. perhaps understandable but it's a tough way to win a war, shepard. >> shepard: we have heard a lot from inside tripoli, very little from your position there give us an idea how stro
afternoon i am steve sanders ... >>and i'm dina bair. we welcome our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america and on the web. >>wgn's robert jordan is live at the cook county criminal courts building with more on the top story ... >>police turned up the heat in this case over the weekend they arrested a 17 year-old timothy jones in connection with the shooting death of charinez jefferson ... she was pregnant at the time of the shooting and neighbors and authorities continued to search and this weekend there were able to find a suspect by a in a neighborhood source ... >>there was word on the street that was timothy and if it's not that timothy i think if he knew another timothy wood said something ... >>the rest in the suspect of the suitingshooting of a young girl is given little comfort to her mother ... it'd cold-blooded murder ... >>had a shot her one time i could say may be ok it was an accident was an unintended but he shot her multiple times ... >>jefferson is now caring for a 16 month old grandson charinez jefferson first child the baby she was carryin
's deputy washington bureau chief and a political columnist for salon, steve. >>> steve is huntsman saying things that could resonate with voters, even republican voters, or is this just a desperate candidate trying to claw his way out of single digits here in the polls? >> yeah, i think it is more of the second. the strategy that the huntsman people have been sort of following, the roadmap they think they are following at least is sort of what john mccain did when he ran for president the first time back in 2000 when he debuted the straight talk express. skipped iowa, went to new hampshire. he had everything on the record bull sessions with reporters. he broke through in new hampshire and for a few weeks he was really the biggest thing in the political world. ity there was a lot that mccain had going for himself personally that huntsman lacks when you look at like his war story and everything. but i think the bigger issue is that republican party in 2011, 2012, is nowhere near where it was in 2000. jon huntsman sort of advertises himself there as a center right candidate. this is not a se
that mr. obama took a political gamble that paid off. steve handlesman joins us now with more on this story. >> reporter: right, jim, thanks. good evening. this is a victory for sure of a different kind for president obama. he got the u.s. military involved, but as he made very clear six months ago, in a very limited way. and it worked. the rebels and their many sympathizers are celebting in tripoli. they have control of the libyan capital. what they want is more moammar gadhafi. u.s. officials say there is no indication the erratic colonel has left libya. and gadhafi was defiant in a radio broadcast, not giving up, even though three of his sons were captured. president obama applauded the rebel victory, and pressured the defeated dictator. >> although it's clear that gadhafi's rule is over, he still has the opportunity to reduce further bloodshed by explicitly relinquishing power to the people of libya. >> reporter: after six months, the breakthrough came yesterday and last night. rebels streamed into tripoli. helped by some of the heaviest nato air strikes of the conflict. t
process that steve will be bringing forward to you at the next meeting. this is the port commission, basically saying that they approved to go ahead because the implication steps in the process would work that needs to be done with that the army to coordinate the demolition of pure 36 will be construction of the plaza itself. there is a lot of technical detail that needs to be coordinated between those efforts. it has been under way, but with action today we would be able to pull through and meet that schedule for delivering in time for next summer. thank you. >> it might be premature to ask about this. it might be something for the army corps, but i have a question about the existing tiles that are there. in terms of the reduction of the significant impacts, it seems that a lot of it relates to driving. are there any opportunities to preserve what exists, as much as what is being done at the exploreatorium? >> great question. during the detailed engineering design, we looked at several methods to incorporate into the new project that turned out to be more expensive. we went forward
have been working on. -- steve fiftpanelly. >> cheap plumbing inspector. good morning, commissioners. one of the things we are working on that i told you about last month was the boiler permit to operate to be done on line. after all the testing -- we have testing done last month. we have three different contractors that came in to do a lot of the certifications throughout san francisco, and they did a dry run, and we put it into production for them to test it. since then we have added three or four more contractors to the databases to see if there were any more problems with the system. we have had positive feedback, and by the end of the month we will be able to launch and put it out to the public for use. that is where we're at at this point. >> item 6g, update on new hires. >> since the beginning of the year we have had 13 new hires, which are actually holdovers from last year that were in last year's budget, but they will be starting at the end of this month. there will be 13, six of which are clerks. some will be assigned to the fifth floor to take the place of the people bette
painted when they first moved into the house? steve kiddleson is using parts of it in a graft table he's making for the family. the photographers have hung the family portrait above the fire place. a muralist is painting a dolphin on the bathroom wall. jim and neil is shopping for a massage chair for karen. they have to try it out first, of course. >> you buy me one? >> and cindy, an interior designer is hard at work giving tyler's room that personal touch. >> we took all of his favorite things and kind of rolled it up into one package. we hope he likes it. >> but there's something deeper motivated cindy. she didn't want to reveal it at first. maybe because it is so painful. >> i had lost a little boy named tyler. and i just really felt like that was a calling. that i really -- my place was to help this little tyler. >> it was almost 20 years ago when cindy's tyler died of an infection shortly after birth. she went on to have four more children, all girls. but the pain of losing her son never went away, she says. until now. >> i did feel him with me during this whole project. for the f
's whereabouts are still unknown. and there are questions about what kind of nation libya might now become. steve handelsman has our story. [ honking ] >> reporter: the rebels and their many sympathiers. what they want is moammar gadhafi. there is no indication the colonel has left libya, and gadhafi was defiant in a radio broadcast, not giving up, even though three of his sons were captured. president obama applauded the rebel victory and pressured the dictat dictator. >> although it's clear that gadhafi's rule is over, he still has the opportunity to reduce further bloodshed by explicitly relinquishing power to the people of libya. >> reporter: after six months, the breakthrough came yesterday. they streamed into tripoli, helped by some of the heaviest nato air strikes. the u.s. is still only flying surveillance missions, letting other nations take the more costly, dangerous roles. that was the obama pl. no repeat of iraq. >> i actually think that he's going to get enormous credit for having negotiated a position that was supported by the entire arab world, the entire international community. >
about moammar gadhafi's former days in power. >> steve: that's right. we don't know where he is. maybe that situation will clarify itself. in our after the show show, we'll continue the conversation with cowboy libertarian. >> brian: you can catch me on radio from 9:00 o'clock to noon. see you. >> steve: so long, everybody. see you tomorrow. martha: there is breaking news at this hour, brand new developments in the very tenuous situation on the ground in libya, gunfire and celebrations in the capitol at this hour. listen to this: >> rebels take control of tripoli, the state department announcing this morning they believe it is only a matter of time now before moammar qaddafi loses his grip on power. thousands of people as you can see in these videos, in green square, that's the symbolic part of moammar qaddafi's regime, rebels saying they've captured reports of one, sometimes two, reports of capturing qaddafi's sons and they're now in sight of overtaking the regime and top ling the four two-year dictator. so far, no sign of him, though, at this hour. good morning, everybody, i'm martha
. >>> steve is back. >> kim would not be part of my dream wedding. >> well, would be a part of mine. you going to marry him or just listen to him sing? >> stupid events happening today in the capital. the martin luger king, jr. event opens to the public. and summer is here and sadly, it's fading away as tens of thousands of students head back to the classroom. >>> celebrations in libya as rebels marching into tripoli with the 42 reign. >>> here in the area, police are searching for the person who shot a toddler in prince georges county. we will hear from the mother. >>> >>> start out with a view this morning. back at school, for a lot of youngsters this morning. it is august 22nd. a live look this morning across the basin, the brand new martin luther king, jr. memorial. what you see is dr. king's likeness on the stone of hope. >> 15 years after plans for the memorial were signed into law, it is a reality today. the public allowed to visit in just a few hours. >>> good monday morning. >> welcome to fox 5 morning news. much more on the memorial in a few minutes, including the hours that you can
and welcome to you both. steve, is huntsman saying things that could resinate with voters, even republican voters, or is this just a desperate candidate who's trying to claw his way out of single digits here in the polls? >> i think it's more of the second. the strategy the huntsman people are following, the road map they think they are following is what john mccain did when he ran for president the first time in 2000. he skipped iowa, he went to new hampshire, had everything on the record bull sessions with reporters and broke through in new hampshire and for a few weeks was the biggest thing in the political world. i think there was a lot mccain had going for himself personally that huntsman lacks, his war story and everything, but the big issue is nowhere near where it was in 2000. jon huntsman sort of advertises himself there as a center right candidate. this is not a center right party, this is the party that nominated sharon engle, christine o'donnell, joe miller, people like that for the united states senate last year, willingly lost seats because it's so dedicated to purity right n
is in for steve, good morning rosemary. >>> on the heels of a very mild weekend we will be cranking up that heat and high pressure is building and we are starting out with low clouds but once again a quicker burn off and especially inland you will notice a difference for the afternoon. we will look at what you can expect for this afternoon. good morning sal. >>> right now southbound in front of the oakland coliseum it looks very nice with no major problems and also looking at the commute at the toll plaza is beginning to fill in. 6:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> after 42 years muammar gaddafi's rule appears to be crumbling. we want to take you there this morning by early this morning. antigovernment rebels control 95% of the city with little opposition from muammar gaddafi forces and now this break through in the six month civil war follows a coordinated attack by rebels nato forces and anti-muammar gaddafi residents within the city of tripoli but the national council is warning rebel fighters danger remains as long as muammar gaddafi is on the run. until muammar gaddafi does step down and al
, 2011. thank you for being with us this morning. welcome to fox 5 morning news. i'm steve chenevey. tucker barnes is with us. >> we have a few leftover sprinkles and it should be a beautiful day. let's get to the numbers and get to the maps. cold front moving through as we speak. there you go. you can actually see the frontal system moving right through the district. winds have shifted out of the north and west now. we have much more comfortable air now. quieter conditions expected later today. temperature right now at reagan national, 78 degrees. we go to max 2. humidity, 66%. there are your wind out of the north and west at six. that is a good sign that the cooler and drier air starting to filter in. afternoon storms no longer possible with highs in the mid 80s. should be a dry one today. back to you. >> thank you. >>> it may seem a little early to some but we'll check in with the first day of school today for students in bridge connie and the district. believe it or not, today is the first day of the start of the new school year. also for the new speed cameras set up on allentow
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. in libya. tonight on "special report" we have team coverage. steve harrigan will join us near tripoli where rebels are said to be almost in complete control of the capital city and hunting for muammar gaddafi. we will get the latest on the u.s. role and who the rebels are from jennifer griffin at the pentagon. we have a report from sky news correspondent alex crawford who has been following the rebel path to capital on the ground. ed henry is monitoring the administration reaction from martha's vineyard. i'm talk with the chairman of the house intelligence committee on what happens next have you heard what the california democratic congresswoman maxine waters said about the tea party? if not, you will want to. shannon bream has that story. doug mckelway has the new martin luther king junior memorial on the washington mall. "special report" starts at 6:00 eastern in washington. now back to new york to my friends at "the five." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> eric: welcome back to "the five." american economy on the verge of falling back to recession. the politics in d.c. is heading up the right, blaming
-old steve branch, christopher byers and michael moore, for many the question still lingers and as for justice and whether or not it was served? >> the only one that knows is god and whoever did it, god will deal with them. god knows them. >>> a death defying escape of an suv that swallowed up a chicago sinkhole. the driver was on his way to work saturday when he suddenly dropped into the earth. his suv landed upside down and he couldn't get his seatbelt off, but somehow he managed to get out as the suv was filling up with water in this 14-foot deep hole. >> you could see the car had landed upside down. they pulled it out with crane. >> a water main break caused the sinkhole. the driver survived with only scrapes, bumps and bruises, something else. >>> all right. surf is up for an unlikely instructor. meet the golden retriever helping people with special needs catch some waves. >>> and hundreds of teens lined up for hours to see their favorite band only to be turned away, what went wrong in an al bun signing at a local malcomb -- album signing at a local mall coming up on
. the giants in a hole 4-3. it was a pull ben game for the giants steve edelson. and his perfect inning and a third. giants tied it in the first and failed twice to go up front. after putting runners in the corner, stewart freezes mid-way between fifth and home. and stewart caught in a run down tagged out the giants come up empty. then on the eighth they load the bases with one out. stewart hits a fly ball to left. martinez putting his third of the plate on the money. simply perfect execution by the astros. as corporan takes a hit and holds on. it went to the 11th. then the giants finally broke through. pablo sandoval who because of injury can only hit left these days. giants make the stand up using six pitchers to get it done. jeremy atfeld gets the win. wilson joined the long list of players on the 15 day disabled list. the atlanta braves weren't kind to the giants for four days but they sure helped them this weekend. alex gonzalez provides you with a home run off josh. two relieves combining to shut arizona down. fan sean burrell to shut things down. allows the giants to move back to
again but investing is steve and i talked about it and looking to about two years away but we definitely explore that option. >> almost everybody that rights into the investigative asks that question when is the next book coming out and they haven't read this one yet. how do you turn it around [inaudible] >> the best way to get to baltimore or baltimore city is part of maryland and that would be the big part of changing, making devotee deal with the consequences of what we created in baltimore and then if you did that and affect people's lives significantly and the power to change things i think you would see substantial change. rather than creating the system of isolation make everybody accountable. i'm sure that will never happen in our lifetime but i think once the interest of the community with a small part of the community you will see substantial changes as long as we can isolate people and right crazy stories about her six murders and create this virtual wall it won't change. but once people are accountable, and for granted maryland pays a lot of taxes to as a kohl supports baltim
morning rosemary she is in for steve. >>> temperatures may be climbing and we may get to near normal after a very mild weekend temperatures are expected to warm 60s for the coastline widespread 70s and some 80s for some of our vally locations. -- valley locations. we will look at what you can expect and some of those highs specs under -- expected for the afternoon coming up. >>> traffic is moving along well if you are driving in oakland and driving to the downtown area. we have a nice view of the golden gate bridge. southbound 101 traffic does look good. at 5:01 let's go back to the desk. >>> conflict in libya, after 42 years of rule muammar gaddafi's rule appears to be crumbling. this is inside libya and you can see the streets are busy a very bizarre and tense situation as we speak. they controlled 95% of tripoli with little opposition from muammar gaddafi forces and earlier they followed a coordinated attack by rebels and by nato forces and by anti- muammar gaddafi residents within tripoli but despite the celebrations they have had there libya national council a warning rebel fighters t
of here at least for now in most places. it is monday morning, august 22nd. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm tony perkins. welcome to fox 5 morning news. tucker barnes is with us this morning. good morning, sir. >> it will get better and better after a lot of rain around here yesterday. a couple of spots had more than appear inch of rain. sunshine, low -- more than an inch of rain. sunshine, low clouds. a lot of rain and thunderstorm activity during the day yesterday. still a leftover sprinkle. can't rule out the possibility of a light shower or sprinkle. generally, we are trying out. we have clearing skies back to the north and west back to cumberland and hagerstown. should be a mostly sunny day today. it will be bright and beautiful. high temperatures in the mid- 80s as that frontal system consequence to fade on off to the south and east. the best part, we'll be dry. 7 # right now at reagan national -- 78 right now at reagan national. your forecast today is a good one, becoming mostly sunny, breezy and noticely cooler. less humidity too with wind out of the north and west gusting to abou
appears on the meter itself. that stands for quick response. steve nash from the county transportation department says one of the benefits of one is that you only pay for the actual time that you park there. >> i don't have to be charged for two hours. if i come back within an hour, all i have to do is go back to my app, it will call up this session since i'm logged in and i will hit stop parking, and i have just done that. it is connecting to the data base and it will stop my session. >> that is pretty impressive technology. now the pilot program has been in place downtown bethesda. so far, tens of thousands of drivers are signed up to use it. here is how you do it. you simply download the park now app and you register to open an account. to start parking, you simply select the city or location manually right here on our app here. and our providers is montgomery county maryland. we'll select that. when you get there, you have to scan the code that's on the meter. so i hit the button, scan the qr code. it gives me a camera here. look at the keyboard, and look at this as though it was t
houston trial lawyer named steve mosston. he and his wife donated 9 -- almost $9 million to democrats in texas last cycle. they're getting ready form a series of pac. s including a super pac to take on perry at the presidential level. even the folks not getting involved root now, wealthy trial lawyers across the country in places like california, new york, but also the deep south, say that they are prepared to really open their checkbooks to take on this guy. >> perry has really shaken up the gop field with his announcement, throwing his hat in the ring this past week. jon huntsman pinging, though, a fight with him. first this war of words over global warming between the two. and then this on sunday. take a listen. >> i'm not sure that the average voter out there is going to hear that treasonous remark and say that sounds like a presidential candidate. that sounds like someone who is serious on the issues. >> all right. so is he drawing more attention to himself by picking this fight with perry, and is it the right time to do that? >> you know, he certainly is drawing more attention t
>> host: steve, "afterwards" made an interesting decision choosing me. they know we are going to disagree. >> guest: if an author can't defend what he's written to his most likely and certainly most knockable critic, then he shouldn't write the book. >> host: great. first i'd like to just talk about your own professional history. you are a lawyer, a journalist -- >> guest: not a lawyer. i never took the bar. >> host: sorry. entrepreneur and you have -- i know many years ago you wrote book about the teamsters. most recent book was about the aftermath of 9/11. >> guest: correct. >> host: now you have written about education reform. i thought this could be the next chapter of "waiting for superman." the book that accompanies the movie. you featured the same heros. joel klein and jonathan scher, and like the movie, teachers union is the biggest obstacle to reform. i should say. >> guest: do i get to comment on that, the cherry picked summary that you've done. which reminds me of how you cherry pick a lot of your data >> host: come on now, i'm the interviewer. >> guest: i don't thi
street. the dow shot up over 180 points. steve massocca from with the securities is joining us. >> we had an early rally that was inexplicable. all eyes will be assumed to the speech on the twenty sixth from iraqiben bern. i do not think anything important before coming. sooner or later we will see volatility cream back into the market. >> we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues. the dow was up to 53 points. >> we have no information as libya troubles are celebrating. they are saying that they control most of the capital city of tripoli. the united nations secretary general just spoke out and said that the u.n. stands ready to extend all possible assistance to the libyan people once the fighting ends. take a listen. >> i call on gadhafi's of forces to cease violence immediately and make way for a smooth transition. the international community will protect civilians from harm. >> he also announced that later this week he is going to hold a major meeting with several organizations including the arab league, african union and european union to discuss what to do next. in t
when susan's father and father in law. steve powell believes his son, josh, named a person of interest in his wife's disappearance is innocent. >> you come out against my family. >> reporter: susan's in-laws are gi giving journalists part of her journal. josh said that he left his wife at home in december, taking their two young boys on a midnight camp. susan's parents do not buy that. >> they have used my sons as nothing but pawns in the media. >> whether josh is innocent or guilty, whether susan wrote something in the journal or not, what does that have to do with finding susan in. >> reporter: painful wounds reopened after new tips that prompted a weekend search in nevada. detectives found nothing. apparently no closer appearing why this daughter, wife and mother simply vanished. >> our thanks to clayton. >>> turning to health news, fresh concerns about antibacterial soap. several studies show the key ingredient could be harmful to your health. now, here's diane sawyer for a preview of tonight's "world news." diane? >>> hello, bianna. here we go for another week. who gains more weig
in the world right now are created by the very brands. i just don't think -- i think there's one person, steve jobs, who is a unique blend of chromosomes, who can get unique touch with a person like martha, to get in touch. we hear 3d movies aren't doing well. four out of five households make less than $55,000 a year in this country. if you don't think that's an interesting way to live, try doing it for some of you that don't. they can't afford 3d. hollywood is starting to flounder. it would be interesting to bring it back if sony teamed up with google to really improve their user experience, or teamed up with disney, or teamed up with a content company that knows how to entertain. and use navigation. because i can't find half of the things that i hear about. i'm in the business. i think those are the two trends that we're going to start to see. better user experience and actually going out and teaching people how to do it. >> great. something about -- we all touched on this a little bit. i do work in the video space. it might be self-serving. the whole concept of how we are consuming. i'm a c
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